Do you agree with Fonterra's decision to hold its forecasted payout at $8.30 a kg of milksolids and slash its predicted dividend from 32c a share to 10c?Related story: 'Abnormal' situation hits Fonterra forecasts
There is an army of determined farmers out there who go to work each day to improve their farm environment.
Fonterra's biggest Australian unitholder backs decision to slash dividend payment in the face of extreme market conditions.
More organic meat is required to meet growing consumer demand, say two Auckland-based meat suppliers.
Alliance Group plans to increase exports to the Middle East after a positive first year.
Fire authorities want farmers to think of their neighbours before they set the first match to 20,000 hectares of crop stubble in Mid-Canterbury next year.
If it quacks like a duck and waddles like a duck but is herded like a sheep, what sport are we watching?
If you're in the habit of averaging pay out over a season, you're likely to be doing something unlawful.